|Birth: ||Feb. 23, 1903|
|Death: ||Oct. 28, 1997|
Beatrice Jessop age 94
Beatrice (Casper George) Carroll
Teacher and High school counselor
Dean of Girls, Davis High School
Author of four books
1920 Census Millville, Cache, Utah
Ephraim Jessop 45, farmer, own farm
Sylvia C Jessop 41
E Donald Jessop 18
Beatrice Jessop 16
Howard V Jessop 10
Gladys Jessop 8
Name: Beatrice Jessop
Birth Year: abt 1906
Port of Departure: Los Angeles, California
Departure Date: 23 Jun 1934
Port of Arrival: Honolulu, Hawaii
Arrival Date: 28 Jun 1934
1930 Census Draper, Salt Lake, UT
Beatrice Jessop 27, teacher, public school
8 April 1930
1930 Census Logan, Cache, Utah
Ephrim Jessop 48, laborer, odd jobs
Sylivia Jessop 42
Donald Jessop 28 
Beatrice Jessop 24, teacher, public school
Howard Jessop 21
Gladys Jessop 18
Renting, West 5th South
12 April 1930
1984 Kaysville, Utah
Bea Carroll has written four books, toured more than 100 countries, earned two degrees, taught in South Africa as well as Los Angeles, Utah and Idaho, served as a social case worker, worked in the defense industry during World War II and established two foundations, -- one for scholarship, and one for the arts....
I'm interested in anything to do with people -- because what is there in life but people? she said...
Mrs Carroll and her husband, who has given her a rose on every day of their 36-year marriage, love the friendly, quiet atmosphere of Kaysville.
Utah; The Salt Lake Tribune;
Sunday, March 11, 1984, page 2B,
Beatrice Jessop Carroll, 94, passed away Tuesday, October 28, 1997, at Rocky Mountain Care Center in Clearfield.
She was born February 23, 1903 in Millville, Utah to Ephraim and Sylvia Jessop. She married Casper George Carroll on July 26, 1947 in Logan; the marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.
Beatrice was a teacher, counselor and educator. Her first and continued interest has always been people. She was a popular speaker on problems in education, social behavior, women's issues and travel. She was also active in AAUW, Delta Kappa Gamma, and the Democratic Party.
During World War II, she lived in Los Angeles and left her teaching career to work at Douglas Aircraft. At the end of the war, she returned to Utah and became Asst. Field Director for the American Red Cross at Kearns Air Field.
In 1946, she became the first and only Dean of Girls at Davis High School. In 1968, she was sent to South Africa as an exchange educator. She has traveled extensively worldwide with her husband, Cap.
As a writer, she has published magazine articles and poetry. She wrote a novel, "Maybe Tomorrow," which was published in 1991. Bea earned two degrees at Utah State University, Bachelors in English and Masters in Sociology.
She is survived by a sister, Gladys McPhee, Williamsport, PA; and a number of nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, Cap; brothers, Rutherford, Donald and Howard.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Nov. 1, 1997, at 12 noon, at Lindquist's Kaysville Mortuary, 400 North Main, where friends may call from 9:30 to 11:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Millville City Cemetery.
A special thanks to the care givers at Rocky Mountain Care Center for their loving care and support.
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Utah; Deseret News, Friday, October 31, 1997
Ephraim Donald Jessop 1901-1978
Rutherford Yeates Jessop
Howard Valentine Jessop
Gladys Jessop McPhee
Ephraim Jessop (1874 - 1947)
Sylvia Chance Yeates Jessop (1878 - 1959)
Casper George Carroll (1915 - 1988)*
Ephraim Donald Jessop (1901 - 1978)*
Beatrice Jessop Carroll (1903 - 1997)
Rutherford Yeates Jessop (1906 - 1910)*
Howard Valentine Jessop (1909 - 1981)*
Gladys Jessop McPhee (1911 - 1998)*
Millville City Cemetery
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Record added: Jul 12, 2009
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